Master in International Business
Business Management

Master in International Business

  • Young Professional
  • Full Time - English
  • 60 ECTS
  • Oct. 2023 - 12 month
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This master's degree is taught in ENGLISH

Technological advances, the needs of society, economic markets, etc. are changing at such a rapid pace and competition is so high that companies need efficient, effective professionals and experts with advanced knowledge in various fields of management and personal skills, such as flexibility, adaptability, reflection, determination and creativity.  

The Master in International Business of EAE Business School Madrid will equip you with all four fundamental pillars of a successful international business education and the crucial knowledge for you to take on roles in today's multinational, multicultural companies and constantly evolving global businesses: 

  • Functional methods and techniques. 
  • Personal development. 
  • The importance of strategic decision-making. 
  • Creativity and innovation. 

At the end of the program, you will have the option to take part in a week residential program at Pace University (New York). 



    On successful completion of your program, you will receive a double qualification: the Master in International Business from EAE Business School and the Master's Degree in International Economic Relations Analysis from the Universidad Internacional de la Empresa (UNIE)

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    Reason to take the master

    in EAE Business School
    1. Residential program in New York: At the end of the program, you have the chance to take part in a week residential program (at an additional cost) at Pace University. Pack your bags and get ready to study in the USA.
    2. Series of management conferences: Make the most of the opportunity to gain insight from top-class executives and learn from their experiences and knowledge through the different community-wide EAE events offered every year.
    3. Business networking: You will have plenty of opportunities to expand your network of contacts. Get ready to build professional relationships with your classmates and meet executives from leading companies such as Google, Vodafone, Accenture, Intel and Cepsa, to name just a few.
    4. EAE Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurs have access to EAE Lab, a business incubator that offers the training resources, financing and guidance required to transform a good idea into a real business venture.
    5. True Potential Experience: Enjoy an experience that combines the Master in International Business with a Personalized Professional Development Plan, guided by a True Potential Advisor, who will help you find, focus and develop your true potential.
    Best Master in International Business

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    Best business school in Spain

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    Top 14
    One of the best business schools in Spain

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    MODULE 1

    • Introduction to International Economics
    • Main Economic Indicators
    • Long-run economic growth
    • The aggregate demand – aggregate supply model
    • Fiscal policy.
    • Money, banking and Central Banks.
    • Monetary policy.
    • The balance of payments.
    • The effect of public policies on the trade balance
    • International trade
    • Country case studies: analyzing countries’ economic perspectives in the long run.
    MODULE 2

    • Introduction to new technologies in a globalized environment.
    • The information economy.
    • Big data and smart data in international economy
    • Artificial intelligence, blockchain, smart contracts: new analysis systems through new technologies


    MODULE 3

    • Concept and measurement of development
    • Inequality and poverty
    • Internal factors that condition development processes
    • Productive sectors
    • External insertion
    • Cooperation for development
    MODULE 4

    • "Trends and perspectives of the world economy".
      • "Economic blocks"
      • "The spanish foreign sector and exporting companies".
    • "Strategy and commercial planning".
      • "Organization of the exporting company"
    • Means of payment"
    • "Foreign trade".
      • "International contracting".
      • "Risk management in international operations."
      • "International marketing."
    MODULE 5

    • Introduction to law
    • Company law
    • Tort law
    • Contract Law: formation and performance of contracts
    • International and world trade law
    MODULE 6

    • Statistical knowledge
    • Variables: Types and data representation
    • Numerical description of frequency distributions
    • Estimation
    • Topics
    MODULE 7

    • The analysis of the economic discourse: most outstanding characteristics of the texts economic.
    • The description of trends and movements in the field of the economy.
    • Production and understanding of different types of graphics.
    • Connection and sequencing of ideas.
    • The expression of cause and effect in the economic language.
    • The use of numeric expressions in the economic language in english.
    • The use of metaphoric expressions in the economic discourse.
    • Techniques for reading comprehension of economic texts in english.
    MODULE 8

    • Preliminary remarks – a review of the past
    • What is Public International Law?
    • Who is involved in the Public International Law?
    • What can Public International Law do for you?
    • EU formation – another review of the past
    • Who is involved?
    • What can EU law do for you?
    • What can you do for EU law?
    MODULE 9

    • Economic information of the company. Analysis of financial statements. Ratios. Liquidity 
    • Strategy and business planning. Analysis tools. The importance of objectives. Continuous improvement 
    • The weighted average cost of capital. Wacc. Creation of economic value. 
    • Risk in investment analysis. Risk management. Scenarios. Simulation. Project finance 
    • Analysis of investments. The value of money in the time. Cash flow. Financial decisions. 
    • Main financing instruments. Shares, bonds and obligations. Loans. Other Financing instruments 
    • Financial markets. The stock market. Derivatives markets. The currency market. 
    • The value of the company. Valuation methods
    MODULE 10

    • Economic basic principles
    • Economic distortions
    • Bubbles, pyramids and financial crash
    • Worldwide money
    • Worldwide productivity
    • Economic regional blocks
    MODULE 11

    • Introduction to international financial system. 
    • Financial markets 
    • Risk-rewards fundamental concepts 
    • Financial assets. Valuation 
    • Market Efficiency Theory. 
    • Portfolio Theory. Diversification. 
    • Reversion to the mean. CAPM. VaR. WACC. 
    • Fixed income assets. Bonds. 
    • Derivatives: options, futures, forwards, swaps. 
    • Currency markets. 
    • Real options
    MODULE 12

    • International economic law: particularities. Introduction. Sources. Material scope. 
    • General framework of commercial relations. Historical and normative evolution. Market access principles and obstacles to international trade in goods and services 
    • The wto. The institutional legal system 
    • wto. Relations between wto law and domestic law 
    • solution of controversies. Institutional structure, procedures and decisions. Thematic block iii. -investments 
    • International investment law. Protection standards. Apris; treatment and expropriation 
    • Solution of controversies. International arbitration, international court of justice, national courts. 
    • Breton woods system and other forums. General presentation. G-8. G20.cef.g24. United nations sanctions. 
    • Institutional structure. Functioning. Features thematic block v. Bilateral and regional scope 
    • Trade agreements and regional integration processes regional agreements. Eu. Mercosur. Dog. Nafta. Asean. Ecowas. 
    • International development law background. Goals: from the mdgs to the sdgs
    MODULE 13

    • Course the course that you want to take and which will expand your range of future professional prospects – 10 ECTS
    MODULE 14

    • Internships in companies - 9 ECTS 
    MODULE 15

    • Master’s Thesis- 9 ECTS 


    Your competitive edge

    At EAE Business School Madrid, as a school committed to innovation and transformation, we have created an optional specialization program, in an online format, that you can take at the end of your Master.

    This educational model gives you the opportunity to acquire new skills and an individualized qualification to set yourself apart in the labour market by enhancing your professional profile.

    You will have the option to choose the Minor that best suits your needs.

    3 Territories to conquer

    1. Efficient management

    Learn the techniques and methodologies for achieving maximum efficacy in the world of modern business.

    2. Adaptability to change

    Discover the key factors for assimilating the economic, technological and organizational changes that affect companies.

    3. International competitiveness

    Gain a command of the latest management tools for operating in global scenarios with greater competitiveness, without losing contact with your company’s own values and culture.


    Juan Carlos Higueras

    Juan Carlos Higueras

    Economic and financial analyst. Accredited member of AMCES, Spanish Association of Mentoring and Consultancy for Entrepreneurship, Startups and Social Economy. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Economics and Finance from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Master of Business Administration from IE. 

    Juliana Barbedo

    Juliana Barbedo

    Multidisciplinary lawyer with almost 20 years of experience. Master of Laws (LL.M) from NYU School of Law, PhD candidate in Law UCM. 

    Susana Checa

    Susana Checa

    PhD in Law from U. Nebrija, Master in Information and Communication Technologies Law (ICADE), Master in Publishing (U. Alcalá) and lawyer specialising in Intellectual Property, e-Commerce and Data Protection.

    Jorge Colvin

    Jorge Colvin

    20 years of experience in leading companies in his sector such as PWC, KPMG and Codere Group, where he was head of the M&A department for Spain and member of the Chairman's Office.

    Gastón Fornés

    Gastón Fornés

    Senior Fellow at the University of Bristol (UK) and Senior Researcher at EAE Business School (Spain)

    Pablo Martín Antoranz

    Pablo Martín Antoranz

    International MBA and Master in Marketing Management and Multimedia Communication.
    Gour Saraff

    Gour Saraff

    Founder & Director at Solar Global Services.
    Mirco Soffritti

    Mirco Soffritti

    Ph.D. in Economics. Master of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

    Mario Weitz

    Mario Weitz Schneir

    Director General of Consulta Abierta, Former Advisor to the International Monetary Fund and International Lecturer on the World Economy.

    Professional prospects and entry profile

    • The knowledge and skills you acquire here and now will have a real impact on your professional life. Start imagining this bright future and take a look at some of the professional opportunities that await you with our Master in International Business.

      • Global Operations Manager
      • International Marketing Manager
      • International Sales Director
      • International Logistics Manager
      • International Project Manager
      • International Organization Consultant
    • Qualifications required for accessing the Master:

      • Bachelor Degree in Economics
      • Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and Management
      • Bachelor Degree in Law

      Access and admission applications will be processed by the competent academic supervisors at the University, who will ensure compliance with the legally stipulated access conditions, as well as with the institution’s own admission conditions.

      Once the corresponding access channel has been accredited in accordance with the applicable legislation for admission to a Master program, for the purpose of putting the candidates in order in the event that the demand for the program exceeds the planned number of places, the Academic Admissions Committee will examine the candidates’ curriculums to decide whether or not they should be granted the right to enrol, based on the entry profile and the prior education requirements stipulated. In such cases, the Committee will draw up a list of candidates in order of merit. Further information available on request.

      To get the most out of the program, students need to have at least a C1 level of English.

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